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, but the details are ahead >> we have breaking news. former president george w. bush had heart surgery in texas morning from dallas, texas. during his special yesterday, he was discovered to have a blockage in an artery so they put in a stent and the president is resting now. tomorrow, he hopes to go home if all are well and he is released, supposedly, become at activities on thursday if everything goes okay. >> this would be george w. bush, the younger, theson, of president george h.w. bush. he had the surgery and he is doing well. he said he is grateful to the skilled medical professionals who have cared for him and thanked his families friends and fellow citizens for their prayers and well wishes and importantly high encourages everyone to get regular checkups because it was during a routine physical exam that they discovered the blockage if his artery in the heart and that is how they ended up having the surgery this morning. >> number 43 if you keep track of the presidents as they do in the bush family, 41 is the father, 43 is the son. at 6:31, mike? >> heart surgery yesterday and going ho
george bush. the medical procedure he just underwent. >>> people who rely on the bus are bracing for a potential ac transit strike. when a walkout that could happen and the impact on riders coming up. >>> and good morning. highway 4 you can see traffic is busy coming in. we'll tell you more coming up. >>> here are the top stories we're following for you. a brush fire in the presidio threatened a national cemetery. firefighters out there face several challenges including poison oak and a hard time getting to water. three acres burned no buildings were threatened. >>> a state-wide a amber alert for two children abducted from san diego county. the 16 year old hanna anderson and ethan anderson. they were kidnapped by james lee dimaggio. he set fire to his home and killing their mother and another child. >>> bart trains -- trains are running but ac transit workers are threatening to go on strike. they handed in a 71-hour notice. and alex savage has more from oakland. you are getting reaction to that. what are they saying? >> riders are worried, dave, if the workers walk off the job at
. this must be fixed. this is a problem that even former president george w. bush was concerned about in his first address to a joint congress. >> earlier today i asked john ashcroft, the attorney general, to develop specific recommendations to end racial profiling. it's wrong and we will end it in america. in so doing we will not hinder the work of our nation's brave police officers. they protect us every day. often at great risk. but by stopping -- [ applause ] but by stopping the abuses of a few, we will add to the public confidence our police officers earn and deserve. >> heeding the president's call for action, michigan congressman john conyers helped sponsor the end racial profiling act back in 2001. the act, though, never made it out of committee. for vote on the house floor. since 2001, congressman conyers has been reintroducing the same bill each and every year. and each and every year, the same thing happens. here he is earlier this week. >> i want to make one thing clear. we were working on the reintroduction before the trayvon martin tragedy. and the george zimmerman acquittal. s
the opposite test. we had a test in the george w. bush years that went the other way. that said, we're going to cut all kinds of taxes and it's going to unleash lots of economic growth. the opposite happened. not only did it not unleash economic improgrowth, it was a decade, but of course the deficit became a big problem again. i don't think it's fair to say there are a lot of moving parts. there's always a lot of moving parts. i think the policy lesson just hasn't been learned. >> and we were given a surplus. >> tax revenue in the bush years did go up but spending went up more. that was the big problem. in the clinton years spending as a percentage of the economy actually shrunk because -- >> you're introducing -- i agree with you -- relevant moving point. the argument here is if you implement a tax increase in terms of bill clinton or a tax cut in terms of george bush can you go to a place where this has tremendously horrible or tremendously wonderful effects. the clinton years -- >> overall the empirical evidence is overwhelming that increased taxes lead to lower economic growth but other
to be simple. look at how george w. bush became president. it was the overpowering incentive in the republican party was in win. in the 1990s they lost. the government shutdown in 1995. they lost when clinton won again. they lost on impeachment. they say, we have to find a way to win an election. you have george w. bush and compassionate conservatism. it's a totally different game. they said compassionate conservative was big government conservatism and spoiled the good name of conservatism and gave us barack obama. you have two sort of competing things, two sort of complementary things going on in the conservative movement. one is standard. beat the other party's guy. beat barack obama. the other one is there's no such thing in a post-bush world of being too pure in the republican party. what that exactly means from a policy and agenda standpoint, i don't know, nobody's articulated yet. there's this constant battle now, constant reinforcement for people who seek out the most pure position, most pure label and you can gain stature, prominence and make a lot of money on the conservative side by
george w. bush is resting in texas hospital after having unplanned surgery to open a blocked artery to his heart. abc7 news reporter joins us to discuss it. >> former president bush had the surgery this morning two re-open the artery using that is called a stent, a wire tube inserted in the blockage and inflated by a balloon to re-open the passage. the block average was discovered during a test during a routine physical yesterday. "good morning america" has their medical editor explain it. >> it allows blood to glow influence the area that was obstructed. sometimes those will close off again. during the period that tube is open, it allows blood and oxygen to get to the heart muscle. >> the president did not show symptoms and will be out of the hospital tomorrow and back do his normal schedule on thursday. ironically he was one of the most physically active presidents, avid runner and bicyclist and hosts an annual 100 kilometer bicycle ride for wounded troops. former presidents get good health care but for the average person with no history of heart disease the doctor says a stress t
on land. the contractor is doing it for free. >> former president george w. bush is out of the hospital after a heart procedure. doctors released the 67-year-old this morning after inserting a stent to clear a clogged artery yesterday discovered during a routine physical. hospital officials say the 43rd president is doing great at home and the younger bush plans to resume his normal schedule tomorrow. >> new this morning, president obama canceled a planned meeting with russian president putin in now next month. tensions have escalated between the two countries over russia's decision to grant temporary asylum to edward snowden the man who leaked classified n.s.a. documents. the white house says that president obama still plans to attend the group of 20 economic countries, world economic leaders but does not have plans it meet with putin one-on-one. >> now, to an abc7 news exclusive, the only survivor of the arizona wildfire that killed 19 firefighters in june is speaking out for the first time. the 21-year-old was seven as a lookout for the hot shot team. at first he said the fire northw
president george w. bush had a surprise heart procedure today. >> alex rodriguez says he's fighting for his life after baseball suspends him for over 200 games. >>> today's eye-opener, your world in 90 seconds. >> i'm fighting for my life. i have to defend myself. if i don't defend myself
drone surveillance goes to the capitol. >> and an update on president george w. bush's surgery today. >> as you probably heard, the governor moved in and called off a b.a.r.t. strike this week and he appointed a special board to look at the labor disputes. should we take any comfort in the steps. in tonight's reality check, we will talk about the gubernatorial role in labor. >> tomorrow morning in oakland, the three-board panel convened by governor brown is going to look at what is keeping b.a.r.t. and the negotiators from reaching a deal. >> will it work? we explore the history. seems like we've seen the movie before. >> this has been tried before usually without success. this has not happened in more than a decade. between 1988 and two you though a -- and 2001. you know how many agreements were struck in two months? 1. not good odds for this latest bout. >> this is what state leaders are trying to avoid. the summer second shut down of b.a.r.t. trains in little more than a month. and both sides made an effort to patch up their differences. we moved. >> it was up to a three-judge pan
have never heard of it. and dana, the white house press secretary under george w. bush. >> i also have a dog. >> i had no idea. by the way, a great job on the 5. great show today, you were missing something. >> yes, my little friend. >> when you view the relationship between primarily the "new york times" with president obama, the -- >> if you think just two months ago, the media was furious that the administration would dare investigate a reporter that was doing who job. in case the media was so mad, that the "new york times" wrote a scathing article about it. they just ask them all sorts of nice things. it kind of read like the conversations i imagine they have. but it's actually on tape. >> i just think it's beautiful to keep a relationship so fresh for so long. they can just spice it up every year. it's a beautiful marriage. >> they could write a self help book on how to stay married. >> what was his name, robert putnam? an amazing moment between the press and the president. >> it probably says more about me than it does about them. the reporter says you know, robert put familinam.
calculation and work to win public opinion over. baker understood it. george bush unfortunately never did. what happened was when israel attacked gaza when israel attacked lebanon and the u.s. committed outrages in iran we lost public opinion and we have this guy in tehran becoming the new hero of the arab masses saying to them your governments are doing nothing. i am the one standing up against the west on 2006 the numbers were way up. iran's numbers rose as arab alienation and frustration with the west grew. as the ability or the willingness of their own leaders to challenge the west became obvious they went down and ahmadinejad went up and to chart all assad window. it became the resistance that was fighting for arab honor and a period one one air of honor was viewed after abu ghraib. it's tough. we don't want to remember abu ghraib. the arabs don't. we don't want to think about what the iraq war meant all those years or the continued situation of palestinians over lebanon's beleaguered after all these years and continually under threat. it was occupied for 20 years. we don't want to t
, george w. bush just got a stint in his -- >> in his heart. >> well, in an artery. >> we wish him well. >> stephanie: no -- did i imply or infer that i do not wish him well. >> you did neither, neither. >> easter. >> nither. >> stephanie: i didn't say anything bad at all. >> we wish him a speedy recovery. >> stephanie: of course we do. >> [ inaudible ] i would have been in trouble a long time ago. >> stephanie: now his heart looks like a bicycle wheel with baseball cards in the spokes. >> my heart is like a wheel. >> stephanie: that's what it sounds like. >> and it tastes scrapie. >> stephanie: all right. fifty-eight minutes after the hour. charlie pierce and much more as we continue on the "stephanie miller show." ♪ [♪ theme music ] >> stephanie: all right. current tv land, hour number 2, charlie pierce of esquire.com coming up, carlos alazraqui live in studio for hour number three. can you back me up in the fort about the female masturbation fantasies, we need something with a story and a little more background -- tommy sent me a picture of a pizza girl -- >> you need emotion. >>
that comes through their office. john and diana? >> brandi, thank you. >>> former president george w. bush is expected to resume his normal schedule today following heart surgery. a spokesman said the president is doing great after going home from the hospital yesterday. doctors placed a stent on his heart and opened up a blocked artery. >>> researchers have linked high blood sugar levels to a greater risk of alzheimer's and other forms of dementia. even the a person does not have diabetes, the study found that too much sugar in the blood can anniversary affect their mind. researchers say keeping glucose at a healthy level may delay or prevent dementia. >>> researchers may have identified a new brain food. for most of us, it won't take much convincing to indulge. a new harvard study showing chocolate keeps the brain healthy and sharp in old age. when older adults were given two cups of hot cocoa for a month, their blood flow was better and memory improved by nearly 30%. >> i need a cup of hot cocoa. >> yeah. sounds like a diet. >>> cheerleading is apparently a more dangerous sport than it
. >>> former president george w. bush is home following a heart procedure on tuesday. a spokesman says he's doing great and that he plans to return to a normal schedule today. doctors inserted a stent in one of bush's arteries. they discovered a blockage on monday during a regular checkup. >>> coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," jim nantz with a preview of the pga championship. i'm alexis christoforous. this is the "cbs morning news." christoforous. this is the "cbs morning news." with new all natural lean cuisine honestly good. it's frozen like you've never seen. they've stripped down to only natural ingredients. why? what were you thinking? new lean cuisine honestly good. in the natural frozen meals section. new lean cuisine honestly good. >>> in >>> in florida, researchers have been given permission to dig up the grounds of a former reform school in the panhandle. as manuel bojorquez reports they're searching for the remains of boys who were sent to that school between 1900 and the 1950s. >> reporter: these crosses are a modest tribute to the 96 boys who died in stat
everything we could to overthrow the democratically-elected government of president aristide. george bush blocked loans from the interamerican development foundation of $146 million loans for education, water and things like that. the international republican institute arranged and organized the opposition to it and then we as a country trained rebel soldiers in the dominican republic, trained and armed them to come to haiti to overthrow the government and then the last analysis, those were a pulse didn't figure into it. bush carried out the coup himself on american soldiers who arrived at the home of the president and took him off at 3:00 in the morning to the central african republic. we have to had to go there. maxine waters, a jamaican parliamentarian and sharon webster and the president's lawyer flew off to rescue him to bring him back to jamaica and then condoleezza rice threatened to make the jamaican government -- threatened to make it very difficult for them if jamaica accepted aristide even for a matter of days before he went to south africa. all because he said the minimum inco
to -- when people say do i trust this president more than george bush? i say yes. you said i think this is the first time since the presidency became imperial more or less after the civil war, that that has happened. >> yeah. now the bush administration, a conservative would pipe in and say there were most fisa amendments after 2008. and that's true, but the democrats forced it, and there were enough votes between democrats and libertarian-ish republicans to get that passed. but i don't think george bush and dick cheney, would have enunciated a policy like obama did on friday. >> stephanie: a lot of liberals unimpressed, you said i am. if you are not signed on to the whole program you might as well be joe mccarthy. and we liberals are trained to think of these liberties as being absolutely nonnegotiable. but they are negotiated all the time. as with anything there are degrees. >> i wrote a column a couple of months ago back when the gun debate was going on, when i was setting out to demonstrate to people that the rights in the second amendment aren't completely absolute. and i said
president george w. bush after her son casey was killed in iraq in 2004. >>> coming up. >> a high school senior dice here the night before his first day of class. how husband death may be changing his classmates' views on safety behind the wheel. >>> then, security dogs are common at airports, but you don't usually see one like this. the threat this dog has. >>> we are tracking the movement of the fire. >>> today relatives met with city representatives demanding answers and action. the family says they represent eight unsolved murders between them. during their meeting, relatives claim they rarely hear any progress in their cases. >> police department detectives are not reporting back to the families, and we ratsmith left to feel abandon. >> the families had a list of demands for tighter gun control to better cooperation from police. the mayor could not attend. she is in washington, d.c. asking for more money to fight crime. >>> the new school year is starting with tragedy for an east bay high school. a teenager just a couple hours away from beginning his senior year died in a violent ca
. national security analyst juan zarate is with us. he served for president george bush. good morning. we know it's both specific and vague. we know it sounds like the chatter before 9/11. what is the president getting? what kind of information and what kind of options does he have? >> the president first and foremost will want to know what information we've gotten overnight and over the weekend. intelligence officials and sources are pulsing the system. getting not only their sources but friends and alleyi'llallyies, try to gather as much information. my sources tell me there isn't that much that's new. the president may hear some updates but maybe not that much new. he'll get some updates. >> what's interesting is they say the operatives already dispatched. >> that's right. this is reminiscent the plot in 2010. you recall there was a plot to attack europe sites. people were worried about mumbai-style attacks coming from the al qaeda core. it never materialized. but officials were worried that they actually had operatives in place. that's great concern here. >> this
. president george w. bush is in the hospital. during an annual physical at a clinic in dallas yesterday, a blockage was discovered in an artery in hamas his heart. at the recommendation of his doctors, president bush agreed to have a stent placed to open the blockage. the procedure was performed successfully this morning. president bush is in high spirits, eager to return home tomorrow and resume his normal schedule on thursday. three people were killed and several more wounded in a >>mark:new this morning. a south korean passenger jet overshot the landing strip at a japan airport. no one was injured in the incident. just getting this picture from the japan daily press korean airlines flight 7-63 could not come to a halt quickly enough at an airport fingerboards on the northwestern coast of japan's main island. it says the boeing 7-37 came to rest with its front half in a grassy area and there were no injuries. flights into niigata airport are canceled today is the investigation contines. the incident is the second in a month involving a south hot korean airline. as you remember, back o
putin entered office. george bush said he trusted him after just one meeting. >> i was able to get a sense of his soul. >> bush later said putin changed. conflicts and mutual distress rose again. ambassador stephen pfizer was a russian specialist and said russia still cease the u.s. as an adversary. >> russia's mind-set how it looks at the outside world, still looks at itself as a competitor. if you are going to be a super power, you want to set yourself up against someone. it is not going to be italy or france. it is going to be the united states. >>> tomorrow secretary of defense hagel and secretary of state kerry will sit down with the russian counterparts here in washington to test whether they can find any points of agreement. they will discuss arms reduction and the brutal civil war in syria. >>> margaret thanks. >>> the pga championship has teed off this morning. it is golf's fourth and final major of the year. as usual, all eyes will be on tiger woods. he won last week end's bridge stoen stone in ohio. >> woods has not won a major since the 2008 u.
friends. .hey were pretty frustrated they did not like george bush very much. they sure hated losing to him in 2004, even more than 2000. they did not quit. they took the house and the senate in 2006. they never try to impeach george bush. think long and hard. always easier to say try it. usually that means we need to work harder at what we are doing. i am old enough to watch barry goldwater go down in flames. took 16 years to get one old reagan -- to get ronald reagan. democracy is hard work. it is people going out and knocking on doors. is is people going out and voting. .ur system works it is hard to work in part because that is what the founders wanted to be. they are afraid of centralized power. they're going to make this very difficult to do. they're going to have this president for four years that selected this. there's no other system that is is as complex as ours to work and get things through. the founders but it was the best defense for liberty. out.large it has worked i believe that madison came back he would be very happy. sometimes they do. different point of view are s
of the office of legal counsel in the justice department during the george w. bush administration. welcome to both of you. >> thank you. >> james bamford, we heard earlier this gwen's discussion about new revelations what, do you think of those and what do they tell us about this role of the fisa court? >> these new revelations are really an expansive look at a much more expansive eavesdropping capability. we looked before at the telephone and the e-mail. now, this is pretty much the internet. and it's very worrisome in the sense that people when they communicate on the internet are communicating basically their thoughts, their deepest thoughts in their minds a lot of times. their thoughts sometimes that they don't want to share with anybody else. if you have this megacollection that's going oagain, it raises will the question of what oversight is there and what checks and balances are there? we didn't see there were very many checks and balances on the other systems. and maybe the same thing applies here. >> brown: we'll walk through some of those issues, but first, generally, what's your
closely with mueller during george w. bush's administration. and julian zelizer. he's a princeton university professor of history and public affairs, and is the author of a book on the politics of national security. secretary chertoff, it's been said that director mueller had to oversee the transformation of the f.b.i. from a crime-fighting agent city to a national security one. in practical term what is did that mean? what had to change at the f.b.i.? >> well, of course, the f.b.i. continues to be a crime fighting mission but intelligence and prevention have to be equal priorities with prosecuting and punishing crimes after that they occur and that meant creating a career path that will foster the development of an intelligence capability. it meant to some degree centralizing the activities of what used to be a widely decentralized agency so you could have a coordinated approach to dealing with counterterrorism and perhaps most important it meant taking the f.b.i. overseas, putting them into the field, getting them involved, working side by side with our men in uniform and women
published today in the "journal of the american medical association." former president george w. bush underwent a successful heart procedure today in texas. doctors at a dallas hospital placed a stent in a blocked artery. the blockage was discovered on monday during the former president's annual physical. mr. bush is 67 years old. he's expected to be released tomorrow. president obama has renewed his push for mortgage reform. in phoenix today, the president called for phasing out fannie mae and freddie mac, the government-backed mortgage giants. he said taxpayers should not have to suffer when lenders make poor decisions. >> we've got to encourage the pursuit of profit but' era of expecting a bailout after you pursue your profit and you don't manage your risk well, well, that puts the whole country at risk. we're ending those days. we're not going to do that anymore. ( applause ) >> reporter: the president said he wants the private sector to assume most of the risk while continuing to offer the popular 30-year mortgage. wall street gave up ground today over warnings of weaker profits.
preventative treatments. no word what type of cancer he had but he is on the mend. >>> former president george w. bush is expected to leave a dallas hospital today after having a heart procedure. doctors discovered an artery blockage during his annual physical. so yesterday, doctors inserted the stent. mr. bush is said to be in high spirits and is expected to get back to his normal schedule tomorrow. >>> in today's healthwatch obesity rates are dropping among some children. the centers for disease control says for the first time in decades, obesity rates for low income preschoolers fell slightly in 18 states. >>> and researchers now say the average pregnancy may not be 40 weeks. doctors at the national institutes of health followed more than 125 pregnant women and found the actual average is about 38 weeks. researchers stress this is just an average. due dates among the women in the studies varied widely up to five weeks in some cases. >>> we are in what they call the smell and taste season for some south bay water customers. from august until october, the combination of summer heat and low wa
. the white house says president obama yesterday called former president george w. bush, who is recovering from a procedure to clear a blockage in an artery in his heart, doctors say they inserted a stent on tuesday and the former president got out of hospital yesterday. a spokesperson for bush 41 says is he doing great. bush 43 i meant to say. actually, they are both doing real well. the white house says president obama wished the former president well and says is he glad to hear that the procedure was a success. 50 years ago president kennedy awarded the first medal of freedom. this year the white house says president obama will give the nation's highest civilian honor to 16 people. including former president clinton. oprah winfrey, loretta lin and posthumous award to sally rid. you can see the full list at foxnews.com/shep. no word yet on a date for the ceremony. more and more fans at the ball park are keeping track of everything except the game. instead of fighting social media, some are encouraging it with ball parks that will soon make it easier to pick your picks and fantasy teams.
and barry goldwater, to the 2000 election between george w. bush and al gore, jack germond didn't miss a single one. he got his start reporting on national politics for gannett newspapers in 1961, rising to become washington bureau chief. in 1974 he joined the washington star, launching a column with jules witcover. the two moved to the baltimore sun after the star folded. the pair also wrote four books about presidential elections. germond was among the journalists portrayed in timothy crouse's "boys on the bus," written about the press coverage of the 1972 presidential campaign. crouse described germond as a little cannonball of a man, 44 years old, with a fresh, leprechaunish face, a fringe of white hair around his bald head, and a pugnacious, hands-on-hip manner of talking. many americans would become familiar with germond's cantankerous style from his television appearances, including "the mclaughlin group," where he was a regular panelist. in 2000, germond sat down with former "newshour" correspondent terry smith to discuss how covering political campaigns had changed over the ye
vacation. last president george w. bush, he would spend a lot of time back here in texas at his ranch in crawford. you can't throw rocks from a glass house. you can't criticize one president for taking time off when our past presidents have always done so. stick to the issues. that's what's going to give voters hope to vote for you instead of just being negative as clarence was pointing out. >> thank you both for your time this evening. >> thanks, rev. >> thank you. >>> coming up, a sitting member of congress just invited this disgraced rodeo clown wearing a president obama mask to perform in his state. pathetic. that's coming up. >>> we're back with a pause from the political battles of the day. a time to rest, relax, and recharge. that's right. it's time for the "politicsnation" summer break. and at number three, we go to china. where they just celebrated valentine's day. and how about this kodak moment? a new kind of coffee break. couples visiting a cafe had their photo taken when they ordered a latte. and then it came out in the foam. pretty cool. wonder if they'll ever see this s
-- george w. bush-- was unable to attend today, as he recovers from a recent heart procedure. instead, he issued a statement saying: the moment that dr. king delivered his famous address-- with the appeal to "let freedom ring"-- was marked by a bell- ringing ceremony. that set the stage for the first african american president, who said the struggle for economic opportunity remains the nation's great unfinished business, but he voiced hope. there's a reason why so many who marched that day, and in the days to come, were young-- for the young are unconstrained by habits of fear, by the conventions of what is. they dared to dream differently, to imagine something better. and i am convinced that same imagination, the same hunger of purpose, stirs in this generation. we may not face the same dangers of 1963, but the fierce urgency of now remains. we may never duplicate the swelling crowds and dazzling procession of that day so long ago-- no one can match king's brilliance but the same flame can light the heart of all who are willing to take a first step towards justice. i know that flame rema
by president george h.w. bush. the civil rights measure made it illegal to discriminate against people with disabilities, including by unnecessarily forcing them to live in segregated settings in order to access government services. but the states, who have much of the responsibility to provide care for those with disabilities, moved slowly to comply. that's because of limited funds and-- what experts say-- is a lingering bias. jennifer mathis, director of programs at the bazelon center for mental health law in washington. >> change is hard. because you have years and years of service systems that were premised on a different vision about the capabilities of people with disabilities that didn't envision people with disabilities as living regular lives the same kinds of lives that the rest of us, having families, having jobs. >> reporter: so even after the a.d.a. became law, many people with disabilities were not being moved by the states out of large institutions and into homes and community-based programs. in response, in 1999, the supreme court handed down the "olmstead decision," re
that decline, george bush claimed 44% of the hispanic vote in 2004. john mccain achieved 31% of the hispanic vote in 2008. that decline only went 4% with romney and seem to do that calculation that we should sacrifice the rule of law by granting amnesty on what they believe is political expediency for opening up a conversation with a demographic group of people that i think are just as blessed as the rest of us and we should treat them as god's children, all of us not identity of politics. i don't understand it or i wouldn't explain it in that way. >> i want to ask you more questions on this, obviously. you are talking about republican strategist, who kind of come up with this message and they think they need to bring more latino vote after the 2012 election. anna navarro is a friend of the show. she really didn't mince any words with you over the weekend. you were on "meet the press" and you both sparred back and forth. i mean she used words like mediocre congressman with no legislative record and it kind of went on and on from there and you guys went back and forth. quite heated moments. i
black person in the room. i'm next to barbara. there's george, 39 bush. president bush says, is that oprah? is that oprah, honey? and mrs. bush says, lee, is that oprah? is that oprah? yes, mrs. bush, it's oprah. it's oprah, honey. >> this is your baby. i feel it's going to speak to them. it's going to resonate with them. lee daniels. >> and "the cutler opens up across the country on friday. >>> we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] >>> this, the viral video launched the solo career of bonnie mckee. she's written hits katy perry's" teenage dream." and she is set to be a star. and she's going to sing it here on "good morning america." katy perry, terra cruz. what's it like as a song to -- when i'm writing for someone else, it's like playing a role a little bit. i get to step into their shoes for a minute. >> now, you're stepping into your own shoes. change to solo artist. what's it been like for you? >> amazing. i waited a long time for it. i started out being an artist. now, i'm back as an artist. i'm happy to be back up on stage to play for all you guys. >> first tim
of "people" magazine, george w. bush's daughter barbara bush says she thinks that hillary clinton is unbelievably accomplished and she wants to see hillary clinton run. barbara bush, she's smart. she must know she's going to stir something up being president bush's daughter. this isn't to say this is a guaranteed vote for hillary clinton. that must be interesting dinner conversation after that. >> how about uncle jeb? >> exactly. >> her her namesake, barbara bush said not that long ago, enough, no more bushes running for president. barbara bush says she didn't vote for her but says she's accomplished, she'd like to see her in the race. i'd love to pick up the phone thanksgiving dinner or the next family gathering to see what uncle jeb thinks about all this. lot of people think jeb bush/hillary clinton would be a great debate but you know what? her father says he's out of the limelight, george w. bush doesn't want to talk about these things, maybe the kids thought we'll fill that vacuum. >> she's often devoiding the spotlight but making news today. john king have a good weekend. >>
policy or as tucker was saying us they hate us, they always have. it's not because of george bush. it's not because of our policy. it's because they are homicidal maniacs. they want to kill children. >> tucker: personal style. they thought bush was dumb. that's why they attacked us. it was so false from day one. >> alisyn: meanwhile, we do have other news to get to. here are your headlines. we have brand new information on that multi-state. >> salad was served in olive garden and red lobster restaurant. health officials are still trying to determine if the salad mix is responsible for the outbreak in the other 14 states. and it could be his last home run for a very long time. alex rodriguez smacking a homer during a rehab game last night in new jersey. reports until he has enemy tomorrow to announce a deal with major league suspension on doping and connections to doping clinic. mlb is considering a lifetime ban if a rod doesn't cop a deal. he sure sounds like someone expecting to place next week. >> are you confident that you are going to be in chicago? >> yeah. yep. unless i get hit
george w. bush is back home. one day after a successful heart operation. a spokesperson for the 43rd president said he's doing great. bush was released from a dallas hospital this morning. the 67-year-old will a heart procedure to ease a blocked artery yesterday. his doctors say the former president is in great spirits and will resume his regular schedule tomorrow. >>> 8:17. the city of rich plond is ngin an innovative program promoting literacy. it's sponsored by the national campaign for grade level reading. it provides books at schools, libraries would you believe encouraged to borrow the book at a laundromat, take it home and read it and then bring it back for another book. kids who are not reading at grade level by the end of the 3rd grade, are more likely to drop out of high school. >>> a doctor is due in court accused of molesting five students. william ayers has been freed on $900,000 bail. now, ayers pled no contest in may to eight counts of child molestation. he's facing up to 22 years in prison when sentenced. >>> a state tax auditor from livermore is accused of sexually a
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